The House of Bildeburg

by The Usual Bohemian



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/3/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781490769202
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781490769226
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 322
ISBN : 9781490769219

About the Book

“Julio now took the lead, but both boys pulled up short, and completely lost their composure. There… stationed next to the exit sign and door; was a large, ominous figure of the Frankenstein monster seated on his faux throne…” The setting is Los Angeles, circa 1937. RTO Studios is the largest and most successful movie studio in Hollywood, and it has recently embarked on a horror movie project titled, “The Nightmare Castle of Horror.” Entering the literary stage are two high schoolers (Norman Felskin and Betsy Poldosky), who have recently been chosen to be the leads in the highly successful radio show, “The Valley Sleuths.” All is seemingly well… until Norman meets a mysterious boy at the studio’s West Cafeteria by the name of Julio Velasquez. Julio reveals how the boy’s uncle is missing, and somehow he is able to convince Norman and Betsy to go out to the Old European Backlot in order to search for clues to the uncle’s whereabouts. They are also determined to find out why there are so many unexplained incidents going on near the horror set that is presently under construction (and even explore the mystifying reference to something called, the “Moradhaku”). The story is an intellective, suspenseful, and fast paced adventure; written in the classic style of Hitchcock and Hollywood’s Golden Age. If you are looking for something exciting and different… this is for you. Book Dedication: “Aids Orphans Remembered”

About the Author

The Usual Bohemian has been writing for many years… a few of the works produced: Pure Iron Metal Head, My Viridian Rose, The Legend of Rail Wolf, Music Words, Selected Short Stories & Poems from the Usual Bohemian, Bohemian Scripts, & now the exclusive title, The House of Bildeburg.